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Sabres Of Paradise - Wilmot II - Wilmot Meets Lord Scruffage - Andrew Weatherall - 10
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The Sabres Of Paradise - Wilmot II



Label: Warp Records
Catalog#: 10WAP 50
Format: Vinyl, 10"
Record: VG to VG+ light scuff marks, listen to our copy
Cover: light ring wear, tear on right side, wear on corners and spines

Country: UK
Released: 05 Sep 1994
Genre: Electronic
Style: Downtempo
Credits: Artwork By [Cover Design] - MadArk, London
Guitar - Tom Baeppler
Vocals - Wonder
Written-By - Sabres Of Paradise, The
Written-by [Credited To] - Weatherall, Burns, Kooner


Tracklisting:
A Wilmot Meets Lord Scruffage (6:18)
B Wilmot's Last Skank (6:16)

The Sabres of Paradise was an experimental group from the UK, active in the early 1990s, whose roots were in the acid house scene but later produced more dub-inspired work. Their albums Haunted Dancehall and Sabresonic II contained no vocals whatsoever. Andrew Weatherall formed the group and was joined by engineers Jagz Kooner and Gary Burns, and were responsible for the legendary Sabresonic warehouse raves. The group dissolved in 1995, but continued their music careers with Weatherall in Two Lone Swordsmen, and Kooner and Burns in The Aloof.

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